Summer is over and the kids are back in the full swing of things—school, sports, dance lessons—and suddenly you’re living family life at full speed. You barely have time to take a breath, let alone think about lice prevention. No problem, we did it for you.
September is a popular month for lice outbreaks, since kids—and specifically, kids’ heads—are in close proximity once again and lice can start their touring season. While lice cannot jump, they love nothing more than to utilize combs, brushes, hats, pillows and hair ties to transport themselves to another little head and start colonizing. In fact, while you’re reviewing times tables and spelling lists, it’s a good time of year to refresh the kids’ memory of our favorite SoCozy rhyme: If it touches hair, we don’t share!
In addition to this common sense practice, it’s a great time to stock up on BOO! Lice Prevention Shampoo, Conditioner and Spray. These are safe, natural, great-smelling hair products that keep lice at bay, scaring them with the natural repellant properties of Tea Tree Oil, rosemary, peppermint and lavender.
But what about those days between baths when you’re on the go all day long? The ones where you may or may not have accidently put on one black and one navy shoe and not noticed until 4:15 p.m.? Again, no problem. We thought of that too.
We’re excited to introduce our new travel-size BOO! Lice Prevention Spray, an on-the-go solution for keeping those lice away, no matter how hectic your day. Keep one in your purse for a quick spray before playdates (because playing dress up is a given). Tuck one into backpacks for kids who head straight from school to sports practice (because helmets are property of the team). Keep one in dance bags for the inevitable lending of a hair tie (because “just this once” can matter). Pack one in that suitcase before a sleepover (because pillow fights happen).
Apply or reapply wherever you go and whenever you need and keep your already busy life lice-free! After all, you’ve got bigger things to worry about. Like, why you’re wearing two different shoes.